Booker T believes that the nWo had a detrimental impact on the wrestling industry.

Booker T believes that the nWo had a detrimental impact on the wrestling industry.
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On a recent episode of his highly regarded podcast, called “Hall of Fame”, WWE Hall of Famer Booker T took some time to share his experiences and thoughts about the popular VICE TV series titled “Who Killed WCW?”. He revealed details of his encounters with the New World Order (nWo), which was quite a flashpoint in his wrestling career.

Here are some key takeaways from that intriguing podcast discussion:

When quizzed about being a part of the docuseries “Who Killed WCW?”, he shared, “Certainly, I got my due, if you’re wondering about money, [laughs]. Well, the thing is, they wanted me on the project because I played a significant role in WCW, from its inception to its end. I witnessed the internal struggles, the visible fissures that eventually became gaping holes, leading to the ultimate downfall of WCW. In this series, you’ll hear my voice a lot as I reveal my observations and conjectures over why WCW shut shop, though I can’t vouch for their accuracy. But there’s always a chance, isn’t it? The cause of WCW’s collapse will always be a topic of debate.”

When it came to the conversation about the immense popularity of the nWo and its potential negative impact on other wrestlers, he stated,“It surely did have an impact. Wrestling against the NWO in certain arenas and parts of the country was discouraging. It wasn’t amusing or entertaining for the good guys, the ‘babyfaces’. That’s when things started to take a different turn for me. Initially, I, like many others, perceived NWO to be the best thing to happen in the wrestling world. But as time went on, I started developing a different perspective. I felt that this might as well end up being the most detrimental development for the sport we’ve ever encountered.”

Here is the link to the complete podcast episode, ‘Who Killed WCW?’, for those who would like to delve deeper into the topic.